... difficult to make out the anesthesiologist's handwriting. The first three letters "Val"were legible. I have had a very strange and ongoing reaction since being put under twice during the same surgery, Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Is there a drug used in anesthesia called Valen/e(sp)? This may not be the correct spelling,it was?
Added 6 Dec 2010:
Thank you for the response but the handwritng is legible enough to discern the drug name is not Valium. There were only two drugs recorded and one was morphine and the other was the unknown word that appears to be"Valene."
Another thing that was noted was that the oxygen machine malfunctioned.
It may have been Valium.
Valium is a type of sedative medication used as an adjunct to other anesthetics. Although not an anesthetic per se, valium produces many anesthetic-like effects - relaxation, reduced pain, etc. - that enhance patient comfort.
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